Min, Pyong Gap, and Hyeonji Lee. 2018. “The Public Knowledge of the Chongshindae as the Mechanism for Mobilizing Korean ‘Comfort Women’.” The Review of Korean Studies 21: 141-170.
Min, Pyong Gap. 2018. “The Movement of Korean Immigrants to Promote the Korean Language to Public Schools in the New York-New Jersey Area.” Ethnicities 18: 799-824.
Min, Pyong Gap, and Chigon Kim. 2018. “The Changing Effect of Education on Asian Americans’ Self-Employment.” Sociological Inquiry 88: 435-466.
Min, Pyong Gap. 2017. “Transnational Cultural Events in the Korean Community in the New York-New Jersey Area.” Sociological Perspectives 60: 1136-1159.
Min, Pyong Gap. 2017. “The Controversies over Park Yu-ha’s Book: Another Twist of the “Comfort Women” Redress Movement.” Georgetown Journal of Asian Affairs 4: 58-66.
Min, Pyong Gap, and Sou Hyun Jang. Fall 2015a. “The Diversity of Asian Immigrants’ Participation in Religious Institutions in the United States.” Sociology of Religion 76: 253-274.
Min, Pyong Gap, and Sou Hyun Jang. 2015b. “The Concentration of Asian Americans in STEM and Healthcare Occupations.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 38: 841-859
Min, Pyong Gap, and Sung Shim Park. 2014. “Twice Migration Chinese and Indian Immigrants in the United States: Their Origins and Attachment to Their Original Homeland.” Development and Society 43 (2): 381-401.
Min, Pyong Gap. 2013. “The Attachment of New York Caribbean Indian Immigrants to Indian Culture, Indian Immigrants, and India.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 39: 1601-1616.
Min, Pyong Gap. 2012. “The Korean Community in the New York-New Jersey Area in the 1980s.” Journal of Choong-Ang Historical Studies 36: 573-640.
Min, Pyong Gap. 2012. “Transnational Cultural Activities among Korean Immigrants in the New York-New Jersey Area.” Studies of Koreans Abroad 28 (October): 49-83.
Min, Pyong Gap. 2011. “The Immigration of Koreans to the United States : A Review of 45 Year (1965-2009) Trends.” Development and Society 40: 195-224. Reprinted in Koreans in North America: Their Twenty-First Century Experiences, edited by Pyong Gap Min, pp.9-34. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (2013).
Oh, Sook Hee, and Pyong Gap Min. 2011.“Generation and Earnings Patterns among Chinese, Filipino,and Korean Americans in New York.” International Migration Review 45: 852-871.
Min, Pyong Gap. 2010. “The “Disadvantage Thesis” and “Colorblind Racism”: A Response to Tamara K. Nopper.” Critical Sociology 36: 897-901.
Kim, Chigon, and Pyong Gap Min. 2010. “Marital Patterns and Use of Mother Tongue at Home among Native-Born Asian Americans.” Social Forces 88: 233-256
Min, Pyong Gap. 2009 “A Comparison of Korean Protestant, Catholic and Buddhist Religious Institutions.” Studies of Koreans Abroad 20: 182-231. Reprinted in Koreans in North America: Their Twenty-First Century Experiences, edited by Pyong Gap Min, pp.75-98. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (2013).
Min, Pyong Gap, and Chigon Kim. 2009. “Patterns of Intermarriages and Cross-Generational In-marriages among Native-Born Asian Americans.” International Migration Review 43 (3): 447-470.
Min, Pyong Gap, and Young Oak Kin. 2009. “Ethnic and Sub-ethnic Attachments among Korean, Chinese and Indian Immigrants in New York City.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 32: 758- 780.
Min, Pyong Gap. 2008 “Severe Under-representation of Women in Church Leadership in the Korean Immigrant Community in the U.S.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 46: 255-242.
Min, Pyong Gap. 2007. “Korean-Latino Relations in the Post-1965 Era.” Dubois Review 4: 395-412.
Min, Pyong Gap, and Dae Young Kim. 2005 “The Intergenerational Transmission of Religion and Culture among Korean Protestant Immigrants.” Sociology of Religion 66: 263-282.
Min, Pyong Gap. 2003 “The Intersection of Colonization, Gender, and Class: The Korean Victims of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery.” Gender and Society 17: 938-957.
Min, Pyong Gap. 2001. “Changes in Korean Immigrants’ Gender Role and Social Status, and Their Effects on Marital Conflicts.” Sociological Forum 16: 201-220. Selected as a nominee for the annual (2002) Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research.
Min, Pyong Gap, and Rose Kim. 2000 “Formation of Ethnic and Racial Identities: Narratives by Young Asian American Professionals.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 23: 735-760. Data based on Personal narratives included in an anthology, Struggle for Ethnic Identity (1999). Reprinted in The Second Generation: Ethnic Identity among Asian Americans (pp.153-181), edited by Pyong Gap Min. Altamira Press (2002).
Min, Pyong Gap, and Mehdi Bozorgmehr. 2000 “Immigrant Entrepreneurship and Business Patterns: A Comparison of Koreans and Iranians in Los Angeles.” International Migration Review 34:707-738.
Min, Pyong Gap. 2000. “Immigrants’ Religion and Ethnicity: A Comparison of Indian Hindu and Korean Christian Immigrants in New York.” Bulletin of the Royal Institute of Inter-Faith Studies 2: 52-70. Reprinted in Revealing the Sacred in Asian and Pacific America (pp.125-142), edited by Jane Naomi Iwamura and Pail Spickard. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Hong, Joanne, and Pyong Gap Min. 1999. “Ethnic Attachment among Second-Generation Korean Adolescents.” Amerasia Journal 25: 165-178. Reprinted in The Second-Generation: Ethnic Identity among Asian Americans (pp.113-127), Edited by Pyong Gap Min. Altamira Press (2002).
Min, Pyong Gap. 1999. “A Comparison of Contemporary and Turn-of-the-Century Immigrants in Intergenerational Mobility and Cultural Transmission.” Journal of American Ethnic History18:65-94.
Reprinted in American Immigration and Ethnicity: A Reader (pp.15-31), edited by David Gerber and Alan Kraut. New York University Press (2004). New York: St. Martins.
Min, Pyong Gap, Andrew Kolodny. 1994 “The Middleman Minority Characteristics of Korean Immigrants in the United States.” Korea Journal of Population and Development 23: 179-202.
Reprinted in Koreans in the Hood: Conflicts with African Americans (pp.131-156), edited by Kwang Chung Kim (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999).
Min, Pyong Gap.1993. “Ethnic Attachment on the Part of Korean-American High School Students.” Korea Journal of Population and Development 22: 167-180.
Min, Pyong Gap. 1992. “A Comparison of the Korean Minorities in China and Japan.” International Migration Review 26: 4-21.
Min, Pyong Gap. 1992. “Korean Immigrant Wives’ Overwork.” Korea Journal of Population and Development 21: 23-36. Reprinted in Korean American Women: From Tradition to Modern Feminism (pp.89-102), edited by Young Song Ailee Moon (Praeger, 1998).
Min, Pyong Gap. 1992. “The Structure and Social Functions of Korean Immigrant Churches in the United States.” International Migration Review 26: 1370-1394. Reprinted in Contemporary Asian America: A Multidisciplinary Reader (pp.372-391), edited by Min Zhou and James Gatewood (New York University Press, 2000); Reprinted in Readings in American Religious Diversity, edited by Jon Stone and Carlos Piar (Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 2007).
Min, Pyong Gap. 1991 “Cultural and Economic Boundaries of Korean Ethnicity: A Comparative Analysis.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 14: 225-241. Reprinted in Inside Ethnic America: An Ethnic Studies Readers (pp.209-228), edited by Robert Perry and Lillian Ashcraft-Eason (Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 1996); Reprinted in Asian American Family Life and Community, edited by Franklyn Ng (Garland Publishing, 1998).
Min, Pyong Gap. 1990 “Problems of Korean Immigrant Entrepreneurship.” International Migration Review 24: 436-455. Reprinted in Race and Ethnic Conflicts (pp.253-263), First Edition, edited by Fred Pincus and Howard Ehrlich (Westview Press, 1994).
Min, Pyong Gap. 1990 “The Role of a Social Scientist in Social Change: A Response to Edna Bonacich.” Amerasia Journal 16 (2): 55-60.
Min, Pyong Gap. 1989 “The Social Costs of Immigrant Entrepreneurship: A Response to Edna Bonacich..” Amerasia Journal 15 (2): 187-194.
Min, Pyong Gap. 1988 “Korean Immigrant Entrepreneurship: A Multivariate Model.” Journal of Urban Affairs 10: 197-212.
Min, Pyong Gap. 1987 “Factors Contributing to Ethnic Business: A Comprehensive Synthesis.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 23 (3-4): 195-218.
Min, Pyong Gap. 1986-87. “A Comparison of Korean and Filipino Immigrants in Small Business.” Amerasia Journal 18: 78-89.
Min, Pyong Gap, and Charles Jaret. l985 “Ethnic Business Success: The Case of Korean Small Business in Atlanta.” Sociology and Social Research 69: 412-435.
Min, Pyong Gap. 1984 “An Exploratory Study of Kin Ties among Korean Immigrant Families in Atlanta.” Journal of Comparative Family Studies 15: 59-75.
Min, Pyong Gap. 1984 “A Structural Analysis of Korean Business in the United States.” Ethnic Groups 6: l-25.
Min, Pyong Gap. 1984 “From White-Collar Occupations to Small Business: Korean Immigrants’ Occupational Adjustment.” Sociological Quarterly 25:333-352. Reprinted in Asian American Issues Relating to Labor, Economics, and Socioeconomic Status, edited by Franklyn Ng (Garland Publishing, 1998).
Min, Pyong Gap. 1979 “A Comparison of Marx’s and Dewey’s Reactions to Industrialization.” Educational Theory 29: 45-51.
Min, Pyong Gap. 1979 “John Dewey’s Pragmatic Ethics and ‘Manipulation’: A Response to Walter Feinberg and Clarence Karier.” Educational Theory 29: 211-223.